Civic RR Gets Extreme. Meet Mugen RR Advanced Concept. Does 1:04 at Tsukuba.

How do you make something so good, great, and a year later, the greatest? This is just what Mugen did to the FD2 Civic Type-R with the 2008 RR. This year, they’ve unveiled what would be the most extreme factory tuned Type-R. They’re calling it the RR Advanced Concept. It’s no longer a Type R. in fact, most removable panels are now carbon fiber. They have also retained the carbon reinforced interior from the Experimental spec RR.

The RR Advanced Concept still produces 260bhp now makes 260bhp, 20bhp more than the 240bhp RR and does 9000rpms. Watch the Tsukuba video and read on as they compare times from the Type-R, the RR and the RR Advanced Concept. Note the cool floor mounted gas pedal. Totally a must for all future JDMs.




  1. They take all the fiber carbon in their F1 car to this car. Maybe place order(CF) already and cannot return. ekeke …. nice car and very aggressive …..

  2. bro’s its tuned by mugen… not honda.. lolx.. honda got noting 2 do wit de modification.. hehehehe..

  3. Dear Mugen,

    We here at a little country call Malaysia would really appreciate if you can add a supercharged system to this Civic RR. We would like to see wings that we can clip on the side and with the supercharged system you can basically launch and fly the car. We all our dreams and hope we believe you can do it.

    Mentally Screwed by Speed

  4. danm nice civic….will it bring to malaysia ?? coz arady got ppl bring the mugen RR in arady….

  5. guys may i noe wads da light which looks like led on da car? anybody noe? may i noe where to get it in malaysia? penang can get?

  6. i think the led on the front end is an led spotlight that have been custom’d. if im not mistaken u may find it here in zth’s marketplace if u look carefully tru out the older forums. however, it does look different as the mugenn RR advanced’s one is custom’d.

  7. wad do dey call tht thing neway.? saw it a lot on da streets but i jz couldnt get any idea where to get it from as i have search n search for omos 1.5 years since da first time i saw it.

  8. ur looking for the daytime LED’s in front? in forums got under for sale,automobile section….I’m selling it…

  9. pergh……. good job from mugen. i like from front bumper to the end. did this rr using short shifter??????

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